Farmers holding rice baskets. For the past four decades, the global rice market has been dominated by a few exporters, namely, Thailand, Vietnam, the United...

This issue of Rice Today is for the birds! For the first time, the magazine sports four different covers, each featuring some of the bird species found...

(Photo: R. Panaligan) Three major cereal price spikes hit world markets in the past few years, one in 2007-08, another in 2010-11, and the third in 2012....

Global rice prices have been fairly stable since 2012 after a run up in the first half of 2011 in anticipation of the reintroduction of the Thai mortgage...

The Rice Trader’s 4th annual World Rice Conference revealed that the global rice market was hinged on political decisions that would dictate rice exports,...

Rice is a staple for nearly half of the world’s seven billion people. However, more than 90% of this rice is consumed in Asia, where it is a staple...

(Photo: Neil Palmer, CIAT) If you were asked to name some of the outstanding rice producers of the world, you might say China, India, or the United States. You’d...

Delegates of the 6th TRT Rice Americas board a boat at the Miami Beach Marina for some fun and networking activities. (Photo: The Rice Trader) In the...

A shipment of rice from Vietnam gets unloaded in Manila, Philippines. (Photo: IRRI)  Rice availability has been considered a key indicator of food security...

Rice market in Indonesia. (Photo: IRRI)  Agricultural commodity prices will remain high for the next 10 years. Income growth in most developing countries...